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The left with their defund the police, the mask mandate in schools and all that kind of stuff opened the door, people got tired of it. They got sick of it, and they are fighting back. They are not sitting back and just saying no. They are organizing and ... they are pushing back aggressively. They feel it's been in their face, so [if it's] 'good for the goose, good for the gander.'.
Found on CNN 1 year ago
If the House of Representatives certifies a criminal contempt citation, the Department of Justice, as with all criminal referrals, will evaluate the matter based on the facts and the law, consistent with the Principles of Federal Prosecution.
Found on CNN 2 years ago
Found on FOX News 5 years ago
Found on Reuters 7 years ago
This is make or break for Cruz. He has to win -- no close second is good enough, unquestionably he's favored -- and it has been in the bag -- but the bag has a weak bottom.
Found on CNN 7 years ago
There is this general idea that people need to change themselves to become more attractive. Maybe they will have to look for a significant other more actively, they have to figure out what will click for them and what won’t. There is this ‘I need to make myself more appealing’ aspect in all human relationships, we are really only at the beginning of exploring the attractional effects on an immunological basis. It might be a little disturbing to some, but it’s true. What does this teach us about ourselves and our sexual attractions? What does it mean to look at this from a purely biological basis?
This theory accepts that the Darwinism that is fundamentally based on entire organisms in competition with each other is incomplete, the real narrative that really counts is unseen to our eyes. You have two moose locking horns over a female. It seems like that is the full depiction of the story of evolution, right there. It’s really just a side show. The real narrative is immunology, the cellular dynamics within the organisms, the collaborative relationships between all of our cells. These cells have their own cognitive capacity, with the linkages and partnerships between microbes.
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